The Fare Up There

Tiny Telluride has a big appetite for the best in food and wine
John Mariani
Issue: September 30, 2001

Telluride, Colo., is one of America's most isolated resort towns -- more out of the way than Aspen, Vail or Beaver Creek -- and Telluridians like that just fine. The 1,800 locals revel in the remoteness of their little enclave, which lies at 8,750 feet above sea level and stretches barely 12 blocks one way and eight the other, ending in a box canyon beneath the majestic Rocky Mountains.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands September 30, 2001.

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